Curriculum

The CHaD Pediatric Residency program meets all the requirements of the Residency Review Committee (RRC) and is fully accredited by the ACGME.

Overview and block schedule

The goal of our program is to foster the personal and professional growth of our residents and to prepare exemplary pediatricians who are humanistic, compassionate, and committed to children's health. The curriculum is divided into two components:

  • Core curriculum (required)
  • Individualized curriculum

Learn more about the curriculum schedule

Educational highlights

We offer individualized coaching designed to encourage residents to reflect on their experiences.Opportunities for on-the-fly coaching and feedback are created by the close relationships between our faculty and residents. In addition to individualized coaching, evaluation, and feedback, we incorporate simulation training into our residency curriculum.

Learn more about coaching and simulation training

Advocacy projects

Many of our residents are involved in community service or advocacy projects, often providing a direct service to the community in partnership with local organizations.

Discover resident projects

Global health opportunities

The Global Health Program (GCHP) at CHaD works to creative sustainable partnerships that prioritize worldwide improvement of children's health. GCHP offers our residents the opportunity to participate in global health initiatives as well as in the vibrant educational activities at Dartmouth College.

Learn more about opportunities for international work